An Ottawa County paramedic remains in the hospital more than four months after a suspected drunk driver hit the ambulance he was riding in.
Authorities say a Berrien County man involved in a crash was hit and killed as he stepped out of his vehicle.
Winter is just around the corner, and with winter comes the cold temperatures.
Traffic was backed up for miles Friday after the crash, which involved at least one semi-truck.
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Automaker Volkswagen said Friday it will shed 30,000 jobs to cut costs as it tries to recover from its diesel emissions scandal.
Officers have mainly been handing out parking violation warnings, but soon they’ll issue $20 citations.
Catholic leaders in Detroit are planning their first synod — or assembly — in more than 45 years.
A motorcyclist was seriously hurt when he crashed while trying to avoid hitting a deer northwest of Allendale.
Authorities are working to identify the man whose body was pulled from the Grand River near Jenison on Thursday.
An athletic trainer who recorded himself inappropriately touching Kent City High School students is heading to prison.
The number of women smoke while pregnant has increased across the state, a report released Thursday shows.
The future of the Lowell biodigester that residents have been complaining about for months could be decided Monday.
Get ready, West Michigan. This winter is expected to start sooner than last year.
Tire shops are busy, and they will be even more once the snow starts to fall with customers shopping for snow tires.
While West Michigan winters can be brutal, they’re also beautiful on the Great Lakes, thanks in part to some unusual ice displays.
At a time when law enforcement is under the microscope, a special ceremony was held Thursday to thank them.